Kristen Brady
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Kristen Brady

Social Media Marketing Manager, Writer, Editor

$16.67/hr

Katy, United States


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My name is Kristen Brady and I am an expert ... morewriter/social media marketer/editor with over 10 years of experience on a variety of topics. I studied at the Texas School of Business Medical Program and instead of going into the medical field I became a medical writer and chose to work from home so I could afford the opportunity to raise my children while still helping my husband financially. I currently work with several medical and dental professionals writing blogs for their websites. Below is a sample of an SEO article/blog I wrote for a foot care doctor. Facts About Ingrown Toenails At one point or another, you will probably suffer the pain of an ingrown toenail. However, you may not know much about them, how they form or what to do to eliminate the pain they can cause. Ingrown toenails can also cause serious medical problems, including infection. What is an Ingrown Toenail? When the corner or side of a toenail grows into the soft, fleshy skin that surrounds the nail, it is an ingrown toenail. The most common location for an ingrown toenail is your big toe as there is more flesh around the nail of your big toe than others. Ingrown toenails are very common and can normally be taken care of without medical attention. However, left untreated, or if you have a medical condition like diabetes, an ingrown toenail could lead to significant problems. Symptoms of an Ingrown Toenail Symptoms of an ingrown toenail may begin with pain and tenderness in your toe around one or both sides of the nail. You may notice that the skin around your nail is red and swollen as well. If the toenail is not addressed, you may notice that your toenail is infected. It is important to see your doctor immediately if you are experiencing extreme discomfort, pus or the redness seems to be spreading. If you have diabetes or any other condition that causes poor circulation in the feet, you need to see a doctor immediately and should not attempt to treat the toenail on your own. What Causes Ingrown Toenails? There are several factors that can lead to ingrown toenails. Shoes that crowd your toenails, such as heels with very pointed toes or injuring your toenail in some way can lead to an ingrown toenail. If you have toenails that curve unusually, or if you cut them too short or not straight across, the nail may grow improperly, leading to an ingrown toenail. Treatment for Ingrown Toenails Most of the time, your ingrown toenail can be treated at home. Soak your feet in warm water for 15 to 20 minutes three to four times each day. After each soaking, place cotton or dental floss under the edge of the ingrown toenail to help it grow above the skin edge. Use an antibiotic cream and bandage the tender area. Wear open-toed shoes until the toenail heels, if possible. Over-the-counter pain relievers such as acetaminophen or ibuprofen may ease the pain. If home remedies don’t work, your doctor may lift the toenail and place a splint under it to help it grow properly. In extreme cases, the doctor may recommend removing all or part of the nail. If you are suffering from an ingrown toenail that does not seem to be improving, contact The Green Hills Foot Care Center. You can arrange for an initial appointment by calling 615-383-8608 or visiting their website. In addition to writing medical articles, I am able to write on a variety of other topics. Thank you for your time and consideration. less

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My name is Kristen Brady and I am an expert writer/social media marketer/editor with over 10 years of experience on a variety of topics. I studied at the Texas School of Business Medical Program and instead of going into the medical field I became a medical writer and chose to work from home so I could afford the opportunity to raise my children while still helping my husband financially. I currently work with several medical and dental professionals writing blogs for their websites. Below is a sample of an SEO article/blog I wrote for a foot care doctor. Facts About ... moreIngrown Toenails At one point or another, you will probably suffer the pain of an ingrown toenail. However, you may not know much about them, how they form or what to do to eliminate the pain they can cause. Ingrown toenails can also cause serious medical problems, including infection. What is an Ingrown Toenail? When the corner or side of a toenail grows into the soft, fleshy skin that surrounds the nail, it is an ingrown toenail. The most common location for an ingrown toenail is your big toe as there is more flesh around the nail of your big toe than others. Ingrown toenails are very common and can normally be taken care of without medical attention. However, left untreated, or if you have a medical condition like diabetes, an ingrown toenail could lead to significant problems. Symptoms of an Ingrown Toenail Symptoms of an ingrown toenail may begin with pain and tenderness in your toe around one or both sides of the nail. You may notice that the skin around your nail is red and swollen as well. If the toenail is not addressed, you may notice that your toenail is infected. It is important to see your doctor immediately if you are experiencing extreme discomfort, pus or the redness seems to be spreading. If you have diabetes or any other condition that causes poor circulation in the feet, you need to see a doctor immediately and should not attempt to treat the toenail on your own. What Causes Ingrown Toenails? There are several factors that can lead to ingrown toenails. Shoes that crowd your toenails, such as heels with very pointed toes or injuring your toenail in some way can lead to an ingrown toenail. If you have toenails that curve unusually, or if you cut them too short or not straight across, the nail may grow improperly, leading to an ingrown toenail. Treatment for Ingrown Toenails Most of the time, your ingrown toenail can be treated at home. Soak your feet in warm water for 15 to 20 minutes three to four times each day. After each soaking, place cotton or dental floss under the edge of the ingrown toenail to help it grow above the skin edge. Use an antibiotic cream and bandage the tender area. Wear open-toed shoes until the toenail heels, if possible. Over-the-counter pain relievers such as acetaminophen or ibuprofen may ease the pain. If home remedies don’t work, your doctor may lift the toenail and place a splint under it to help it grow properly. In extreme cases, the doctor may recommend removing all or part of the nail. If you are suffering from an ingrown toenail that does not seem to be improving, contact The Green Hills Foot Care Center. You can arrange for an initial appointment by calling 615-383-8608 or visiting their website. In addition to writing medical articles, I am able to write on a variety of other topics. Thank you for your time and consideration. less

Kristen Brady
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Kristen Brady

$16.67 /hr

Social Media Marketing Manager, Writer, Editor

Katy, United States

Overview

My name is Kristen Brady and I am an expert writer/social media marketer/editor with over 10 years of experience on a variety of topics. I studied at the Texas School of Business Medical Program and instead of going into the medical field I became a medical writer and chose to work from home so I could afford the opportunity to raise my children while still helping my husband financially. I currently work with several medical and dental professionals writing blogs ... morefor their websites. Below is a sample of an SEO article/blog I wrote for a foot care doctor. Facts About Ingrown Toenails At one point or another, you will probably suffer the pain of an ingrown toenail. However, you may not know much about them, how they form or what to do to eliminate the pain they can cause. Ingrown toenails can also cause serious medical problems, including infection. What is an Ingrown Toenail? When the corner or side of a toenail grows into the soft, fleshy skin that surrounds the nail, it is an ingrown toenail. The most common location for an ingrown toenail is your big toe as there is more flesh around the nail of your big toe than others. Ingrown toenails are very common and can normally be taken care of without medical attention. However, left untreated, or if you have a medical condition like diabetes, an ingrown toenail could lead to significant problems. Symptoms of an Ingrown Toenail Symptoms of an ingrown toenail may begin with pain and tenderness in your toe around one or both sides of the nail. You may notice that the skin around your nail is red and swollen as well. If the toenail is not addressed, you may notice that your toenail is infected. It is important to see your doctor immediately if you are experiencing extreme discomfort, pus or the redness seems to be spreading. If you have diabetes or any other condition that causes poor circulation in the feet, you need to see a doctor immediately and should not attempt to treat the toenail on your own. What Causes Ingrown Toenails? There are several factors that can lead to ingrown toenails. Shoes that crowd your toenails, such as heels with very pointed toes or injuring your toenail in some way can lead to an ingrown toenail. If you have toenails that curve unusually, or if you cut them too short or not straight across, the nail may grow improperly, leading to an ingrown toenail. Treatment for Ingrown Toenails Most of the time, your ingrown toenail can be treated at home. Soak your feet in warm water for 15 to 20 minutes three to four times each day. After each soaking, place cotton or dental floss under the edge of the ingrown toenail to help it grow above the skin edge. Use an antibiotic cream and bandage the tender area. Wear open-toed shoes until the toenail heels, if possible. Over-the-counter pain relievers such as acetaminophen or ibuprofen may ease the pain. If home remedies don’t work, your doctor may lift the toenail and place a splint under it to help it grow properly. In extreme cases, the doctor may recommend removing all or part of the nail. If you are suffering from an ingrown toenail that does not seem to be improving, contact The Green Hills Foot Care Center. You can arrange for an initial appointment by calling 615-383-8608 or visiting their website. In addition to writing medical articles, I am able to write on a variety of other topics. Thank you for your time and consideration. less

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  • Looking for hi-tech/science blog writers

    Dec 2015 - Jan 2016
    No feedback given
    $132.33 earned
    Fixed Price

  • Looking for hi-tech/science blog writers

    Oct 2015 - Nov 2015
    No feedback given
    $215.66 earned
    Fixed Price

  • Press Release Writing

    Sep 2015
    No feedback given

    2 hours

    $11.11 / hr
    $22.22 earned

  • 10 Page Ebook Report - Spray Foam Insulation Guide

    Jul 2015
    No feedback given
    $86.67 earned
    Fixed Price

  • Writer Wanted for Business Financing Blog

    May 2015 - Jun 2015
    No feedback given

    7 hours

    $11.11 / hr
    $75.92 earned

  • Fabric, Upholstery and Home Decor related articles wanted

    Feb 2015 - Jun 2015
    No feedback given

    36 hours

    $16.67 / hr
    $597.37 earned

  • Need 20 SEO articles for topics on Press Release (OMR)

    May 2015
    5.00
    Kristen is extremely professional. Once she is clear on what you require she sets about her task with intense fervor until the project is completed. Her articles are one of the best we have ever received - well researched and highly relevant to our requirements. We STRONGLY RECOMMEND Kristen to anyone fortunate enough to take on her services! :)
    Freelancer's Response
    thank you so much Tom, I truly appreciate the bonus!!!
    $154.67 earned
    Fixed Price

  • E-Book Writer Wanted

    May 2015
    5.00
    Kristen worked well to a brief outline of the book i needed written. Not only did she complete what i needed but she added areas to the subject i hadn't suggested and they fit perfectly with the project and have improved my original thoughts. She works within deadlines and keeps in constant communication throughout. A pleasure to work with and someone i will hire again. Thank you Kristen
    $33.33 earned
    Fixed Price

  • EBook Writer Wanted Who has experience in TODDLER DICIPLINE

    May 2015
    5.00
    Kristen's work was of very high quality! and clearly knows the english language very well!
    $40.00 earned
    Fixed Price

  • E-book Writer Wanted

    Apr 2015
    5.00
    I am super impressed with Kristen. She got the project done way faster than requested and produced a very high quality work. Will definitely work with her on future projects.
    Freelancer's Response
    Thank you it was my pleasure!
    $60.56 earned
    Fixed Price

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English Spelling Test (U.S. Version)5.001st Place!18 mins
Upwork Readiness Test for Independent Contractors and Company Managers5.001st Place!5 mins
Creative Writing Test - Fiction (U.S. Version)4.40Top 20%13 mins
Creative Writing Test - Non-fiction (U.S. Version)4.25Top 30%11 mins
Online Article Writing and Blogging Test (U.S. Version)4.40Top 20%14 mins
Social Media Marketing Test4.00Above Average7 mins
Social Media Marketing Test4.00Above Average13 mins
English Spelling Test (UK Version)4.50Above Average7 mins
U.S. English Basic Skills Test4.40Top 10%13 mins
English Vocabulary Test (U.S. Version)4.00Above Average19 mins
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